they have hired advisers to help them, and they have listened and their lead. in the end, they support this merger because they understand the best thing for their members is as strong, competitive merged airline with a long-term strategic advantage. the employees of american airlines are lucky to have these sort thinking leaders representing them, and a bribe to be working with them. thank you, david. thank you, laura. thank you, john. so now, in closing, some of you may know i am a big fan of bob dylan. as sometimes throw his lyrics and to some of my speeches, so i will do it again. as i think about this process and where we are the lyric that comes to mind is you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. what he meant was, there are some things you just know. you can spend a lot of time to enter a lot of analysis, listening to the pros and cons, wait for more permission, but that's just complicates the situation. you get tied up in the process and lucite. you don't need. you don't need all of that to tell you what you already know.